Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, JANUARY 9.1920 LETHWWX5E DAILY HERALD PACE VA UDEVILLE YS f i MARKETS Onto WINNIPEG, Jan. feature of (ho cath market was tho im- proved demand for barley, especially the higher grades. The trade was not of large volume as the offerings were Itftht. There was a quiet demand for i with spreads unchanged. For cash flax there WAS a little demand for the top grade at the May prlca; others were 'unchanged. Oats, closed lower, harjey Ic hlghei higher, rye ?jc lower. little'over COO hud et cattle and 131 Itogs were unloaded at today, there a larger proportion of choice beef, both uleers and cows, than lay tiny prevloutly for some weeks. The nisran continued stu'l being practically all picked up by U o'clock: steers averaging pounds L'4 steers averaging 1.100 made (11.00; 1C averaging 1020 made J10.0U; 173 choice cows averaiiai; wado two eitra choice cows nude 110.09; good butcher to IS.75: common cows, to 47.00; ordinary butcher steers. (7.50 to (S.75; butcher bulls, 16.50; veal calyei, M.'J lo 17.00. Hoge, fll.CJ. Prlcii Mny' July, ,f. Winnipeg MarkeU Open. Cloie. 156 No. 2 -.Xo. 3 O.W... SSfc Eitra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Rscd.. 3 Feed.. S4S Track 91 K Jisy 485 July................. 480 May ................-JStli Hi Czljary Livestock CALGARY, Jan. only FEDERAL EMERGENCY APPROPRIATION FOR EJt-MEpERS OF THE f', FORCES Tliis Fund Is being1 admin- istered by. the Canadian Pal riotlc- Fund. The lerritory cov- ered by .the LethbridiO Branch has the following boundaries. and Little 13cm lUyer. Boundary. and Foremost. and Blood Re- serve. ('lalma 'upan this Fund are solely base-J upon UNAVAIL- ABILITY OF EMPLOYMENT Of ENFORCED INADEQUATE EM- PLOYME-NT during the months of Deceinr.ar. ISia, January, Feb. and 5l2rch, 1920. Before applications' arc ell- gihlfv, for Appli- a Certificate from the 'authorized representa- tive of the-Department, of Sold- I Le'.h bridge This-notice is inserted by the -Lelhbridfe Branch of the Can adian Patriotic Fund who will, appr.eclate the bringing to their notice, by' anyone knowing the circiunstances, -cases apparently eligible for. financial aid. Writ? nr telephone. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND Branch) lloom 203. Sherlock Building Phone 701 No. 3 ;N'o. 4 C.W...1MH Track ___..................'. 11 jNo. 1 N.W.C. I................49254 8X0. 2 C.TX.'MVn Condemned Track1.........................487H No. 2 C.W. New Stock! NEW YORK." Jan. O.VClo'sing sales: C P.It., .U.S.. Steel, 10.C5S; U. S. Steel Winnipeg Livestock WINXIPEG.'Jan.' Live slock Receipts this morn ing wore 371 'cattle, 02S: hogs, ani! oo sheep. The market this morning was generally steady to strong, with a good demand for female butcher stock. One good load pf choice 1 j Cher lielfers averaging about 'pounds sold this morning fat 411.60. Go'jd quality lambs were weighed up ei 'while good sheep were 'disposed' of at 510-00. .The hog mar- ikot was steady at J17.00 for telects, jfed and watered. O.B.U.IOPROIESI RUSSELL CASE WINNIPEG, Jan. an- nouncement by Y. H. aecre- that the first semi-annul One Jig Union convention will meet IQ tVlnntpeir'on January 26, was made .oiUy. He aaid that from every province in Dominion were expected. The announcement by sayiuc that iho trial and of R. Hustell, convicted atrlke Ittder, and reoaarka 'of the trial ou sympathetic strikes and picketing, make it necessary for a more efficient labor organization to combat "arirea- sions of tho employing and that "oven the govemment that cannot movement tbat it necessary to the material welfare of Lhe workers by placing the In Jail." PRINCE REVIEWS CHILDREN A CONCILIATION BOARD i OTTAWA; -Jan. 7. (Canadian minister of labor has ap-. 'pointed a board of conciliation to in- [Vestigate the dispute between the Can- [fldiau Pacific Railway company and ;tts sleeping car porters. Judge J. C. ,Snydfjr, of Hamilton, .has been ap- J pointed chairman of the board; Fred of Toronto, will represent jthe employees and U. B.-Gillen, of jToronto. the company. (By Canadian Press T.eastd Wire) WINNIPEG, Jan. S.-H-engthy argu- ments showing the reason why In the opinion of the defense, P.. B. Ilussell, vleled strike leader, should have been entitled to 24 or at least 12 per- emptory challenges Instead, of four, which was tho number allowed by Mr. Justice Metcalfe, occupied the major portion of tho session or the court of appeal today. Very little progress was made There are roughly 13 points set out in the reserve case, of which only two hare been disposed Of. It was an nounced by Chief Justice Perdue that tho court would not Bit tomorrow. Jus tlce Perdue Intimated tq defense coun sel that authorities being quoted did not help his case. BUSY DAY FOR MRS. GALES GRAND VALLEY, Ont., Jan. 8.--Mrs. Joseph Gales voted In the municipal "elections in 'Amaranth 'township at Her home, where there was a poll: log place, on Monday morning, and In.the afternoon she gave birth to glrU and a boy. i 1RSE THAN RED BERNE, Jan, Socialist Tag wacht prints a letter written by a Hur garlan Communist who de clares. wild reaction' 'rage j throughout Hungary. The write BAILJFPS SALE IN OF SEIZURE UNDER LIEN AGREEMENT The Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. vs. Wesley T. Flynn 1 WILL SELL BY P.UBLIC AUCTION. At 11 o'clock iu the forenoon Sat, the 10th Day of Jk 1920 AT BAALIM MOTOR CO. GARAGE, SEVENTH STREET LETHBHIDGE THE FOLLOWING ONE SECOND HAND FORD TOURING CAR, No. 69669 TERMS CASH Dsted at Lethbridge, Alberta, this day of Decembsr, 1919.